SHIPPENVILLE – The Clarion County Career Center is a small school with a big heart. In this time of the COVID-19 world crisis, the school wanted to do its part to help the local emergency services and hospital secure much needed supplies.
CLARION – In light of the recent statewide Emergency Declaration, Clarion County officials earlier this week detailed their response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
CLARION – The Clarion County Libraries will remain closed until further notice.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Even in this time of pandemic, WRC Senior Services is committed to the fulfilment of its mission: We Rejoice and Celebrate life! Employees of Edgewood Heights Personal Care on Keck Avenue take that mission to heart, and create meaningful experiences for residents every day.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Many locally owned restaurants have closed temporarily because of the state-mandated closure of public dining areas, but others are still providing takeout and delivery service for their patrons. Changes in menus and operating hours are helping to keep their doors open and th…
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Tuesday confirmed that there are 756 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 4,843 in 60 counties.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Most people are familiar with the Biblical edict to “Love Thy Neighbor.” And, amid times of world turmoil, those three simple words are, perhaps, more important than ever.
STRATTANVILLE – Clarion-Limestone School District students will benefit from a $20,000 grant the district received last week to help transport food to students during the school closures.
NEW BETHLEHEM – As the quarantine and social distancing mandates continue to make face-to-face classroom instruction less likely for the remainder of this school year, some districts are looking to online resources to mitigate the situation.
RIMERSBURG – Prior to Gov. Tom Wolf announcing on Monday that public schools would now be closed “indefinitely” due to the COVID-19 pandemic, administrators and teachers in the Union School District were already working out plans to continue educating their students remotely.